Rosa de los Vientos
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Today was a travel day again. We stayed at the Hotel Navegantes which was very plush and convenient for the bus departure point on Colon.
In all the bus journey was uneventful. Kevin made the mistake of accepting the free coffee that they handed out - thick, black and Diabetic coma-inducingly sweet. The biscuits they gave us were called Bimbo …
... at Villa La Angostura, Argentina, and then travels some 20 hours through the pampas before crossing back into Chile at Monte Aymond and on to Punta Arenas. Besides many islands and channels in southern Chile, there are glaciers, lakes and fjords that make ground travel through the least inhabited part of the country difficult, costly and time-consuming. This made for a 34-hour bus ride from Puerto Montt to Punta Arenas, and while flying is clearly much easier, a ...
... spends much of the day in bed. I go to every presentation they put on during the day as much for distraction as for learning, there,s birds of the southern ocean, geology 101, a video about the arctic and antarctic environments. I know its a bad day when everywhere around the ship tucked into the railings are paper bags open ready for passenger use. There are not a lot of people at breakfast or lunch. The swell gets worse, later we are told ...
... and curious seals, which crane their neck for a better look as the hulk interrupts their breakfast. Gliding through the untouched islands, with snow capped volcanoes to the east, I had the feeling of being alone in the world, and as I sit here in Puerto Varas, contemplating the last stretch of my trip, it is an experience I can only strongly recommend.
Thinking of everyone in the lead up to Christmas..!
After a day of checking all the car rentals we rent today a car for two days. Roberto and
Lorenzo will join us on our trip. They are in the same hostel as us and we had already some dinners together. Lorenzo is from Spain but lives already quite a while in BA and Roberto is from Rosario, Argentina.
Roberto learned us the funny daily life things, like when there is something on the roof of the ...